He met his childhood with shelling

In the photo boys from Lysychansk. Together with their family, they hid from the shelling in the basement.
The youngest Ally is only 5 months old. His childhood was met with shelling, sirens, loud explosions, so now he is constantly crying, sleeps poorly and afraid of every extra sound. His older brother also suffered a psychological trauma from the war, which caused him to stutter. Their city is on fire constantly. Therefore, at the first opportunity, a mother with children and three other relatives left for Sloviansk.
We met the family there and helped them get to Pokrovsk, in one of the partner aid hubs. Later, after recovering and getting everything they needed, the family took the train further.
Now our team is working to find shelter for them in quiet regions.
If you also need help getting out of hotspots, contact the Center's toll-free hotline:
📞 0 800 333 129